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problems, too. >> and limbaugh whines he was compared to nazis and then a moment later compares his critics to nazis. all that and more now on "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. at some point in the future you or a loved one will be dying. you will want to know all the options and their implications. thanks to the republican party today, sarah palin, senator chuck grassley and others, thanks to them, if you cannot afford to have your doctor at your side for those questions, you will face death on your own. how sarah palin's functional illiteracy and senator's dysfunctional pandering just killed reimbursement for end of life counseling. senator grassley, top republican of the finance committee put out a statement today saying, quote, we dropped end of life provisions from consideration entirely because of the way they could be misinterpreted. misinterpreted, of course, by him. deliberately to his constituents. on tape. as, quote, death panels. quoting the aarp a sensationalized misinterpretation of a common sense compassionate and bipartisan measure. a misinterpretation that the go
of the family but it also happens to save everybody a lot of money. mr. limbaugh was perfectly happy to read on-air advertisements for a company that has wills and living wills. just like advance directives, just like end of life counseling is an unequivocally good thing. which brings us back to the cluster fox nonsense that is glenn beck. after he called president obama a racist with, quote, a deep seated hatred for white people, his advertisers fled. the latest, conagra, roche, radio shack bringing the total to a dozen advertisers who have dropped beck. he remains on the air for now able to preach the same lies about health care reform but congressman rick larsen of washington has a perfect rebuttal as displayed in larson's recent town hall meeting. >> now, folks will say that's not true but i've got facts on my side and you've got glenn beck on your side. >> my hero. as for mr. beck's hypocrisy on the subject, as assembled by "the daily show" here is mr. beck lately. >> america already has the best health care in the world. we do take care of our sick. you're about to lose the best health ca
) good night, buddy. good morning, dad. (announcer) oreo. milk's favorite cookie. >>> rush limbaugh and karl rove on family guy. joe the plumber in a competition for d.c.'s funniest person. that's next. worst persons in the world, lou dobbs just keeps digging the hole deeper. apparently didn't get the idea when he called howard dean a blood-sucking leftist, i mean you got to put a stake through his heart to stop this guy, the public recoil was not about his use of the term "leftist" but the use of blood-sucking and the suggestion the governor had to be treated like a vampire. dobbs had this exchange with the former communications director of the dnc. she said because what you're seeing is tyranny is when you organize for the purpose of being disruptive or use hate speech like i want to drive a stake through howard dean's heart. >> dobbs said really? did i say that? >> finny say i heard that on your program. dobbs said really? she said that is a convenient correction but called him a blood-sucking liberal. >> excuse me. if you'll permit me, i called him a blood-sucking leftist. oh, e
limbaugh or anne coulter or michelle malkin. he is a united states senator. there should be certain things he does not do or say. >> do we assume in both of these cases somebody got to them both in isakson's case and in grassley's and said if do you not repudiate what you seem to have said yesterday this good behavior, this societally cognizant willingness to compromise, if you don't do that we'll never contribute to you again? >> well, remember. senator grassley has received over $2 million from the drug and health insurance industry since 2003. but equally troubling, keith, is the fact that senator bachus has received $1.5 million just in the last two years so there are people who can really do everything they can and use fear to undermine reform. that's why we haven't had reform for so many years. >> could there be a silver lining in this, arianna? with the senator embracing supposedly the good senator among the republicans embracing the death panel nonsense could that be a tipping point in terms of freeing democrats from this nonsense waste of time, you can't talk sense to a stone, fal
a total mystery to him. >>> as is the truth to rush limbaugh, insists he has never used the phrase death panels except when quoting sarah palin. except he used it and praised it as a description five days ago. "worst person" ahead on "countdown." to the men's room. second announcer: looks like he needs to go urgently. true. and there's casey, about to drive... also to the men's room. he has been going over and over. they ought to see their doctors. could be male urinary symptoms due to bph, an enlarged prostate. for many guys, prescription flomax reduces their urinary symptoms due to bph in one week. and if their doctors do prescribe flomax, they could get up to $40 off new or refill prescriptions. so guys already on flomax can also save. only your doctor can tell if you have bph, not a more serious condition like prostate cancer. avoid driving or hazardous tasks for 12 hours after your first dose or increase in dose, as a sudden drop in blood pressure may occur, rarely resulting in fainting. if considering cataract surgery, tell your eye surgeon you've taken flomax. common side effects
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of the automatic doors were still a total mystery to him. >>> as is the truth to rush limbaugh, insists he has never used the phrase death panels except when quoting sarah palin. except he used it and praised it as a description five days ago. "worst person" ahead on "countdown." (announcer) illness doesn't care where you live... ...or if you're already sick... ...or if you lose your job. your health insurance shouldn't either. so let's fix health care. if everyone's covered, we can make health care as affordable as possible. and the words "pre-existing condition" become a thing of the past... we're america's health insurance companies. supporting bipartisan reform that congress can build on. >>> "bests" in a moment and we interrupt this wedding to save two lives. born on this date in 1850, poet and conductor antonio salieri, contrary to the movie "amadeus" he did not wind up in a mental hospital in an attempt to kill wolfgang mozart. that is not to say he was not envious up and attempt to thwart mozart's career. fictional works did not develop with the 1984 movie. it was a play described as a
? they were obviously canadian. leave it to boss limbaugh to get it dead wrong. limbaugh weighing in on president obama's former campaign organization. it's the night of the living dead in the daytime. obama zombies -- which is tough to say -- obama zombies marching around with little instructions and pamphlets, manuals. the evidence is all around us, and it's hungry for our brains. joining me now is max brooks, whose latest in the series of must-read exposes, the zombies survival guide, according to tax, is due out september 6th. thank you for your time tonight, sir. >> thank you, keith. >> is this a real possibility, can we see the gop using the zombie defense against democrats and will limbaugh wind up telling his followers, i was talking about democratic zombies before you were? >> if they did, it would be counterproductive because republicans would like a zombie outbreak, keith. >> and why -- why would they like a zombie outbreak, max? >> because, keith, as we have said before, during a zombie outbreak, society would collapse, the government would implode, we would all have t
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: it is nothing new to see these two guys on television, right russian ark wrong. rush limbaugh and karl rove like you have never seen them before. >> it looks like a full-scale military action 500 -- her shooting 500 feet but this mission was hardly top secret and these guys are made of plastic. g.i. joe mania just can't contain itself, next.e're ♪ he never gives up his always there ♪ we are our own mixed up blend of one of a kind spices we are miracle whip and we will not tone it down (announcer) introducing new tums dual action. this tums goes to work in seconds and lasts for hours. all day or night. new tums dual action. bring it on. that's a-- tiny netbook. yeah, it's-- good-looking, lightweight. generally awesome. and you could just-- go online, video-chat with my cousin. this is un-- under $200. are you some kind of-- mind reader, visionary ? no, i have them. huh. the new lightweight hp mini netbook with windows and america's largest and most-reliable 3g network built in. only 199.99 with mobile broadband plans from 39.99 i am-- speechless, envious. wanna be me right now. getting one.
. you look at the folks, when they listen to rush limbaugh or listen to fox news, they think they are getting a respectful hearing of their news which they don't get with other networks. >> you used the phrase the death panels, and sarah palin said she didn't want an american in which her parents or baby with downs syndrome had to go and a half front of the panel. is this something where he told her will you quit making things up? >> she said herself when she was leaving the stage and moving on, media, will you stop making things up. it's appropriate this week for people to -- to call people on things like that if she's going to use this as a plat fofrmt i was struck how that spread to people who are not on facebook. someone asked senator grassley this week in iowa if, you know, if he was concerned about that. he said i'm not going to pull the plug on grandma. he did not say that that was incorrect necessarily. >> the fact, there's been this twitter, tit-for-tat between senator specter and grassley. >> can i say one thing about twitter? one thing that is interesting to me abo
when rush limbaugh says i don't want it to succeed, i want him to fail or senator demint says this is his waterloo, we can kill him, well, these are millions and millions of people listening to this. >> congressman scott, there are also some successful town meetings going on out there. in atlanta, not far from your district, representative hank johnson seems to have had a pretty smooth successful meeting with over 2,000 people in the room. is something changing in georgia? do you think you're going to be able to have a better dialogue than what's been going on so far? >> i think so. and i hope so. we're having our town hall, the one that i'm setting an side for health care this saturday on the 15th from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. at the high school in my district. we hope for a very civil situation. so that we can get the clear understanding and communicate to the american people exactly how we're going to do this very complex, difficult thing of bringing down the price of health -- cost of health care insurance while at the same time expanding it to others. and our people deserve cal
just tells a lot of whoppers now. believe me, rush limbaugh and sarah palin are saying some things extremely off the charts untrue of the plan but i wrote down some of the things balma said which was a whopper. he said everybody could keep their plan. six million are going to lose their plan. preventive medicine will cost $90 million. government would be out the health care decisions. he tells one thing after another making it seem so easy. believe me, this is not easy. it's going to take some sacrifices and some really painful cuts for people to get this system under control, and often, when i look at him, i think he's over-promising, not as much as the other side but to a significant degree. >> certainly not as much as other other side because the other side, i think, has gone beyond the pale. the fear is not just about this plan. there's a fear of robbing the land. i mean, between 2000 and 2009, the private sector basically didn't create any jobs in this country. there's a fear, if you live in ohio, you can't see your grandchildren unless you drive a car or bus somewhere because
of "gossip girl," and a sex tape surfaces featuring rush limbaugh and glenn beck and a sex doll with ronald reagan's face on the front. actually i'm sorry. that should have been the category of things that have happened. >> exactly. santorum is in fact downplaying that iowa visit, but he did say your voice becomes more amplified. sounds like a message from thomas edison. the recording device -- your voice becomes more amplified in a place like iowa or new hampshire. is that the lesson for the republicans? don't change the message. just turn it up to 11. >> don't under estimate the power of sheer volume, keith. the town hall protests have proved anything, in fact you don't need to say anything, just sheer noise. a bit of a display. in a short sentence describe to me the public option. >> an alternative to the -- >> see how effective that is, keith? >> the talking stain commercial comes to mind. santorum and 2012, all the other possibilities seem to have come back to the pack for various reasons. at this point, if the republicans had to nominate somebody today for 2012, who would it be, and y
stupid. we can talk with the other fat one, that rush limbaugh, and not to mention mostly all the people that get up there and carry on are from the south. they are ignorant, they have no teeth, they have no brains, and i'm so ashamed of them. i am so glad i do not live in the south. thank you. host: barbara? barbara's gone. in "the washington post" this morning grassley is the talk of town halls. this is by perry bacon who writes about the town hall meetings of senator charles grassley, the ranking member in the senate finance committee. "conservative activists mobilized early sending urgent e-mail alerts asking republicans to show up at meetings." some iowans, explained someone who strongly opposes the health care reform effort wonders if grassley is wandering off the reservation. curt, what's on your mind this morning? caller: thank god for c-span. i want to talk about the health care system. i am an immigrant. and since i come here, my wife have insurance. i don't use it, because i don't normally get sick, but she uses it a lot. man, i'm telling you, the bills are -- they are so craz
is getting anything out of this debate right now except maybe rush limbaugh and sean hannity. they make millions of dollars a week, you know, just keeping this disaster going, this division. but actually, i am educated as well as a lot of people out here listening. and when i look for a bill, what is my money going for? i want it to be a republican bill versus a democratic bill, and discuss the issues rather than just making up -- i do not know. host: are you getting -- are you paying attention to all the back and forth from "hardball" to cnn to glenn beck? caller: yes, but i do not appreciate it because i do not know what bill they are talking about. we have three different bills, and so far as a republican i see that we do not have a bill. so what are we talking about? host: the three bills on the house side are -with the house ways and means, on the senate side is the health, education, and labor committee. there is no final bill yet until sometime in the fall. the president indicating that that vote could come in november or even into december. the front page of "the washington time
him a break. they really should give him a break. people like rush limbaugh and i cat think of the name on fox news, he really irritates me. i mean, barack obama cannot do anything, he can't even -- with all the people sittingomething critical. but i want to ask a question, sir. do you think he's going to become a great president? >> guest: it is too early to say. how can you do that? or could be a great president was something that he thought about at the earliest stages of trying to decide whether or not to run. and again this is pretty much the second chapter of the book where, you know, he and his friends are discussing what makes a good president, in his opinion the sort of mixture of the person and the time and that is why he thought ronald reagan was probably the great president and even though he opposed pretty much every single one of his policies the character, the leadership of the individual with the time and the country boss ready for that kind of change. now he went public with that approach and that observation around the time of the nevada caucus and the sout
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